Home Again is the sixth solo album by former Orange Juice singer Edwyn Collins, released 17 September 2007 on Heavenly Records. The album was recorded at Collins' West Heath Studios in the winter of 2004 but was not completed until early 2007. In the interim, Collins' suffered two brain haemorrhages in February 2005 and was hospitalised for most of that year. After a long recovery process, he returned to his studio to mix the album in the winter of 2006 with the help of engineer Seb Lewsley.
Edwyn Collins, Home Again. It's been a slow road to recovery for the ex-Orange Juice star, but the album he's finally made is astonishing, says Craig McLean. But this is no maudlin testament of a midlife crisis. Home Again is a vital record from a vital artist, drawing on his 30 years of music-making to create a wonderfully evocative, personal, honest and raw set of songs - the power and pull of which are, right now, helping him along the road to recovery. The indefatigable Edwyn Collins is even planning some live shows this autumn. A hero, any way you slice it. Download: 'Home Again'; 'Liberteenage Rag'; 'Then I Cried'; 'Leviathan'.
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Home Again is the sixth solo album by former Orange Juice singer Edwyn Collins, released 17 September 2007 on Heavenly Records. One Is A Lonely Number".
Album number six, Home Again, is the first release since 2002’s Doctor Syntax. But, more incredibly, it is a collection that he may well not have lived to see at all; Collins suffered a crippling brain hemorrhage in 2005 and has been recovering ever since. Here is an album that should go some way to persuade skeptics there is more to him than the one hit. Recorded before Collins fell ill, it is a collection of songs drawing on themes of loneliness cut with a desire for self-understanding. But far from sinking into a slurry of emotionally overwrought musings, Collins tempers all yearnings with.
Edwyn Collins: 'Home Again'. It celebrates a huge old talent that had been largely forgotten and took his near death to remember'. Edwyn Collins, the one-time brilliantly quiffed frontman of Scottish white soul trailblazers Orange Juice (Franz Ferdinand owe them an awful lot) and writer of irresistible monster ’90s hit ‘A Girl Like You’, shouldn’t be here. In 2005, he suffered two cataclysmic strokes, contracted MRSA during recovery and had to learn to walk and talk again.